Color-changing hair dye responds to your environment
Fire changes your look based on chemical reactions to temperature.
Police could soon identify you by your hair proteins
They could be more useful than DNA for some forensics.
3D-printed hair leads to fuzzy machines and sticky blocks
Cilllia hair looks creepy, but it can do a lot.
Dyson's first beauty product is a hair dryer
The company expands beyond fans and vacuums. A little.
Artificial skin grows hair and sweat glands
It might be a little too close to the real thing.
3D printing hair is as easy as using a hot glue gun
just dab and pull.
Salons of the future: New hair coloring technique etches patterns in your hair
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The future of beauty school is Google Glass
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The Elder Scrolls Online answers questions about character creation
Players have yet to really explore the character creation options available in The Elder Scrolls On...